Wednesday, December 27, 2017

CCC January 2018 Scavenger Challenge - The Seven Summits

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Monthly Challenges-Short & Sweet  January 2018 Scavenger Challenge - The Seven Summits

January 2018 Scavenger - The Seven Summits
Timeframe: 1/1/18 to 1/31/18

The Seven Summits are the highest mountains of each of the seven continents. Summiting all of them has become noted as an exploration and mountaineering accomplishment.

This challenge is based on the Messner list, completed by legendary alpinist Reinhold Messner, which is considered a more challenging mountaineering objective than the Bass list.

1. Aconcagua for South America (22,841)
Set in the Andes near the Argentinean/Chilean border, a German team was first to reach its summit in 1897. It is among the world’s highest-altitude non-technical ascents, but its considerable elevation means it’s no easy feat and only an estimated 30% of climbers who attempt to reach the summit are successful.
馃椈 Read a book set in South America (List of South American countries - tell us where) - or - read a book with "30" intact in the number of pages (tell us how many pages).
Set in BrazilJourney to the River Sea Eva Ibbotson 1/27/18

2. Denali (formerly McKinley) for North America (20,310)
Denali is one of the most isolated peaks on the planet. There was some controversy surrounding the peak’s first ascent after a reported 1906 climb was eventually found to be false. The first confirmed ascent was by an American group in 1913. Earlier in the season (late April through late May) is the best time to tackle Denali to avoid precipitation, but the Kahiltna Glacier experiences drastic and unpredictable weather changes, so you have to be prepared for anything.
馃椈 Read a book in which there is some controversy or misdirection involved - or - read a book with a single mountain on the cover (show us the cover).
The Lightkeeper's Daughter Colleen Coble 1/23/18

3. Kilimanjaro for Africa (19,341)
Kilimanjaro is technically three distinct dormant or extinct volcanoes. Today, it is the site of much scientific study thanks to its fast-receding glaciers and icefields. The standard route covers a huge variety of ecosystems and is largely considered more of a trek than a technical climb.
馃椈 Read a book whose location starts with a letter in "Africa" - or - read a book with "Science" on the main genre page.
Albuquerque The Curse of Tenth Grave Darynda Jones 1/20/18

4. Elbrus for Europe (18,510)
Set in the rugged Caucasus Mountains in Russia, this dormant volcano rises dramatically from the landscape around it. The first ascent of Elbrus’ slightly taller west summit (it has two) was by a British expedition in 1874, making it one of the first of the seven summits to be climbed.
馃椈 Read a Series #1 book (tell us the series) - or - read a book set in Russia or Great Britain.
Read a Series #1 book (Lucy Clayburn) AND read a book set in Great Britain.
Strangers Paul Finch 1/14/18

5. Vinson for Antarctica (16,067)
This summit is named for US Congressman Carl Vinson, a major supporter of funding for American research and exploration of the continent. The first ascent was in 1966 by an American party. The peak isn’t technically demanding, but it’s incredibly cold and windy. The average temperature in the Ellsworth Mountains is around -20 degrees Fahrenheit but rises to a balmy -29 degrees in the summer between December and February, which is when most mountaineers attempt this one. Another perk is that the sun is also out 24 hours a day during these months, making the 10-day ascent up the Branscomb Glacier just a little easier.
馃椈 Read a book set in Antarctica - or - read a book by an author who has written at least 20 books (tell us how many) - or - read a book with some sort of political connection (tell us how it fits).
(30) All I Want Is You Toni Blake 1/11/18

6. Carstensz Pyramid (aka Puncak Jaya) for Australasia (16,024)
The first successful ascent was in 1962 by an Austrian team that included Heinrich Harrer (author of Seven Years in Tibet). Not only is the route technically demanding, but climbing requires a number of permits and a five-day hike through dense jungle. Because it’s so close to the equator, Carstensz Pyramid is climbable year round, but expect lots of rain.
馃椈 Read a book by an author whose first and last names begin with the same letter - or - read a book with a "5" in the publication YEAR (tell us the year).
Rattlesnake Crossing J.A. Jance 1/26/18

7. Everest for Asia (29,029)
The mother of all mountains, Everest is the highest point on the planet. First famously ascended in 1953 by Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay, Everest is without a doubt the best-known peak in the world. Attempts to reach its summit are costly thanks to its remote location and, depending on the route, hazards like the notorious Khumbu Icefall. It’s considered the crowning achievement of a Seven Summits attempt. Most attempt this one in April or May.
馃椈 Read a book whose title starts with "E" (disregard A, An, The) - or - read a book that is very well-known, meaning it's been on the NY Times Best Sellers List from any time period (tell us when).
The Escape David Baldacci 1/7/18


CHALLENGE RULES:
♦ If you want to participate in a challenge, please sign up by posting at least a partial list of the challenge requirements. This gives us a post to link you to, which you can use to update your books as the challenge progresses.

♦ Books must be at least 150 pages long. Books may only be used for one task in this challenge, but cross-challenge posting is encouraged :) Re-reads are allowed, as long as you read the entire book and not simply skim through it.

For each book you read, please post a link to the title, and indicate the author and the date you finished reading it. If a challenge task gives several options, please make it clear which option you’ve chosen.

♦ When you complete the challenge, please post your entire list as a new message to make it easier for everyone to see what you’ve read :) If you don’t repost your list, your name will not be added to the list of those who have completed the challenge.
   

TCF I'll Drink to That! - coffee

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♦Monthly Challenges♦  I'll Drink to That! - coffee    

Each month in 2018 we'll focus on a specific drink. This month is coffee.

mc = main character
Duration : January 1 - 31, 2018
No page limit. Re-reads and audio books are okay.

description

How much do you want to "drink"?
1/4 a cup - read at least 1 book
1/2 a cup - read 2 to 3 books
***3/4 a cup - read 4 to 5 books*** My choice but I'll probably get more!
a full cup - read 6 or more books

Read a book...
with a cup of coffee on the cover
that might be found on a coffee table
with a title that begins with "C"

4. with a mostly brown coverYesternight Cat Winters 1/8/18
5. where the mc drinks a lot of coffee
Midnight at the Bright Ideas Bookstore Matthew J. Sullivan 1/1/18
6. where the mc goes to a caf茅
Lilac Lane Sherryl Woods 1/3/18

that is set where coffee is grown
with shrubbery on the cover

9. that you find stimulatingMenage A Cowboy Jenny Klaire 1/4/18
10. from a series that you have taken a 'break' from
His Cowboy Heart Jennifer Ryan 1/3/18

that is set during hot weather
12. with ground on the coverHer Renegade Rancher Jennifer Ryan 1/6/18

that is considered dark fiction

14. where the mc works in an officeWhy Did You Lie? Yrsa Sigur冒ard贸ttir 1/10/18

where the mc gets into "hot water"    

WC January 2018 - New Zealand's Capital - Wellington

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Capital of the Month      January 2018 - New Zealand's Capital - Wellington

New Zealand's Capital - WellingtonJanuary 1, 2018 - January 31, 2018


Wellington, the capital of New Zealand is often called the "coolest little capital in the world". Let's start with some interesting facts and found out if its true.

✱ Wellington is the southernmost capital in the world.
✱ Wellington replaced Auckland as the capital city of New Zealand in 1865.
✱ Strong winds through the Cook Strait give it the nickname "Windy Wellington."
✱ It was ranked #1 in the 2017 Global Quality of Life Survey making it the most "live-able" city in the world...WOW!!
✱ Wellington is packed with over 400 cafes and restaurants which on a per person basis rivals that of New York.

Let's begin our trip - choose a level and enjoy your visit!
Day Tripper: 4 Attractions
Explorer: 5-6 Attractions

Challenge Rules: All forms of books are accepted as long as they are 100 pages or more. When posting updates of completed books, please include a link to the title and author’s name, along with the date you finished reading the book. Please post cover if it is task appropriate.

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Attractions

1. Zealandia

Zealandia is the world's first non-profit urban eco-sanctuary, with a 500-year vision to restore this valley's forest and freshwater ecosystems to their pre-human state. The immersive exhibition takes you on an extraordinary journey through the last 80 million years and inspires you with their conservation successes. Rare wildlife has been restored to the area thanks to the efforts of the sanctuary. For a more in-depth experience, the Night Tour takes you on a torch-light walk in search of the distinctive sights and sounds of the bush - including the elusive spotted kiwi!

✱ Read a book with a green cover OR
Her Renegade Rancher (Montana Men, #5) by Jennifer Ryan Her Renegade Rancher Jennifer Ryan 1/6/18
✱ Read a book that takes place in a forest OR
✱ Read a book whose author’s first and last initial can be found in ZEALANDIA.

2. Wellington Cable Car & Museum

Hop on the Wellington Cable Car and experience a slice of history on New Zealand’s only running funicular railway. For over a hundred years, passengers have enjoyed the dramatic cityscape and harbor views. There is no better way to experience the hidden charm Wellington has to offer while giving you a nice escape from the busy city streets. Be sure to check out the Cable Car Museum located in the original winding house. It brings to life the story of Wellington's iconic cable cars.

✱ Read a book that takes place in a captial city (tell us where) OR
(Denver) Midnight at the Bright Ideas Bookstore Matthew J. Sullivan 1/1/18
✱ Read a book where the main character gets on a cable car, a train or a bus OR
✱ Read a book whose author’s first and last initial can be found in CABLE CAR.

3. Old St Paul's

Breathtakingly beautiful - the iconic Old St Paul's is one of the best examples of timber Gothic Revival architecture in the world. Constructed in 1866 entirely from native timbers, the glowing interior is enhanced by stunning stained glass. Join a guided tour and hear the wonderful and sometimes quirky stories of the church, its site and its people on their journey from colony to independent nation. Visit the gift shops which feature exquisite New Zealand keepsakes and locally made goods. This is a place of living history and a definite 'must-see' experience.

✱ Read a book with a wooden building on the cover OR
✱ Read a book with a character named Paul OR Tall, Tatted and Tempting Tammy Falkner 1/13/18
✱ Read a book whose author’s first and last initial can be found in OLD ST PAULS.

4. Lord of the Rings Locations Tour

Get a behind-the-scenes look at nine ‘The Lord of the Rings’ locations and learn about the filming of the movies. On a tour of the countryside, see re-created scenes of Middle-earth including a forest walk through Tolkien’s Rivendell. Then step into Weta Studios your gateway to immersive digital special effect filmmaking experiences and the famous Weta Cave! It all concludes with a Lord of the Rings themed lunch.

✱ Read a book with a ring or ring-like object on the cover OR
✱ Read a book tagged FANTASY on its GR Homepage OR
✱ Read a book whose author’s first and last initial can be found in LORD OF THE RINGS.
A Stranger in the House Shari Lapena 1/17/18

5. Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa

Te Papa is New Zealand's bold and innovative national museum and a recognised world leader in interactive and visitor-focused museum experiences. Te Papa lets you experience the nation's art, culture and science - all in one breathtaking waterfront location. Better still, general admission is free! The museum's current star attraction is 'Gallipoli: The Scale of Our War', charting the country's involvement in WWI's Gallipoli campaign through the experiences of eight ordinary New Zealanders. The hyper-real models produced by Weta Workshop are absolutely mind blowing!

✱ Read a book that takes place in New Zealand OR
Read a book tagged NON-FICTION on its GR homepage OR
I Can't Make This Up: Life Lessons Kevin Hart 1/28/18
✱ Read a book whose author’s first and last initial can be found in TE PAPA TONGAREWA.

6. Waterfront Sculpture Trail

Aside from the parks, museums, cafes and shops, the walk around the waterfront is peppered with unexpected and inspiring finds. The City Council tries its hardest to live up to the city’s identity as ‘Capital of Cool’ by investing in public art. You'll find 13 pieces along the waterfront, by New Zealand artists, making the waterfront one of the best places in the country to view a collection of kiwi-inspired art. So keep your eye out for a few of these iconic sculptures. Definitely cool!!

✱ Read a book with a sculpture or statue on the cover OR
✱ Read a series book #13 or book #13 on your TBR OR
✱ Read a book whose author’s first and last name can be found in SCULPTURE TRAIL.    
Cherish Me, Cowboy Alissa Callen 1/13/18        

Tuesday, December 26, 2017

WC Safari Bingo

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Travel Bingo Safari Bingo    


Safari Bingo3 Months from Start Date

Everyone loves Bingo! Here's one with a safari twist. Look for an accompanying Safari Challenge next month.



Here's how it works:
Each bingo space has a “SAFARI” word in it - you complete a space one of FOUR ways & remember there is NO FREE SPACE:
1. Title Begins with the First OR Last letter of the Word (Use or Disregard A, An or The).
2. Author’s First AND Last Initials Found in the Word.
3. Word Found in the TITLE or TEXT of book. Please share "portion of text" with page/location if using the TEXT option.
4. Item found on cover - post cover.

You only need ONE of the above to complete the square AND you can mix and match tasks to complete a line. Be sure to tell us what task you used when posting completed squares. .

Choose a level of participation or work the levels as you go:
Level One: Complete One Line (horizontal, vertical or diagonal)
Level Two: Complete Two Lines
Level Three: Complete Three Lines
Level Four: Complete Four or More Lines

Challenge Rules: All forms of books are accepted as long as they are 100 pages or more. When posting updates of completed books, please include a link to the title and author’s name, along with the date you finished reading the book. Please post cover if it is task appropriate. When you have completed the challenge, please copy and paste your entire challenge and repost in a new message, letting us know it is completed.    


Safari Bingo
January 1, 2018 - March 31, 2018


Line One:
Opaki Title One of Us Is Lying Karen M. McManus 1/22/18
Helmet Title His Cowboy Heart Jennifer Ryan 1/3/18
Lantern Title Lilac Lane Sherryl Woods 1/3/18
Lion Title The Lullaby Girl Loreth Anne White 1/23/18
Sun Title Sex, Not Love Vi Keeland 2/2/18

Line Two:
Backpack Author's Initials The Lightkeeper's Daughter Colleen Coble 1/23/18
Hut Title Her Renegade Rancher Jennifer Ryan 1/6/18
Hippo Title Holiday Hearts: A Fairytale Christmas\The St. James Affair Susan Wiggs 2/2/18
Ranger Title Robert B. Parker's Damned If You Do Michael Brandman 1/21/18
Giraffe Title The Girl From Ballymor Kathleen McGurl 1/12/18

Line Three:
Baboon Title Booty Call Ainsley Booth 1/31/18
Rhino Title Rattlesnake Crossing J.A. Jance 1/26/18
Safari Title Sweet Tea and Sympathy Molly Harper 2/10/18
Elephant Title The Escape David Baldacci 1/7/18
Binoculars Author's initials Full Package Lauren Blakely 1/12/18

Line Four:
Camera Title The Curse of Tenth Grave Darynda Jones 1/20/18
Cheetah Title Crown Jewels Ella James 1/25/18
Africa Title All I Want Is You Toni Blake 1/11/18
Fire Title last letter Every Day David Levithan 1/30/18
Crane Author's Initials Cherish Me, Cowboy Alissa Callen 1/13/18

Line Five:
Zebra
Stars Title Snow Angels James Thompson 2/15/18
Tent Title Tap Left A. Zavarelli 1/8/18
Jeep Title last letter Promise Not to Tell Jayne Ann Krentz 2/16/18
Hyena    

Friday, December 22, 2017

TLC 86th Academy Awards - Best Picture Challenge

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86th best picture

86th Academy Awards - Best Picture
Duration: 6 months from your start date

Choose your level and complete the required number of reading tasks that relate to each film.

Levels:
Level 1 - One task per film (9 books)
Level 2 - Two tasks per film (18 books)
Level 3 - Three tasks per film (27 books)

If the film is based on a book, you may read the book in place of any one of the tasks for that film. 
Films based on a book are marked with an asterisk - *.

TASKS:
Winner: 12 Years a Slave*
1. Read a book where a character is a slave.
2. Read a book set in Louisianna. All In Emma Scott 1/18/18
3. Read a book from the Music genre.

American Hustle
1. Read a book where a character gets conned or is a con artistThe Last Camellia Sarah Jio 1/15/18
2. Read a True Crime book.
3. Read a book with a character that is a sheik.

Captain Phillips*
1. Read a book where the characters are taken hostage.
2. Read a book published in April.
3. Read a with a character that sails on the ocean or is in the Navy.
The Lightkeeper's Daughter Colleen Coble 1/23/18

Dallas Buyers Club
1. Read a book with a character that has a terminal illness.
2. Read a book set in Texas. Menage A Cowboy Jenny Klaire 1/4/18
3. Read a book with a MPG or tagged Medical.

Gravity
1. Read a book with the earth or the moon on the cover.
2. Read a book from the Sci-Fi genre.
3. Read a book with a one word title. Yesternight Cat Winters 1/8/18

Her
1. Read a book with a character that uses computers. His Cowboy Heart Jennifer Ryan 1/3/18
2. Read a book with a man's face on the cover.
3. Read a book a where characters get a divorce.

Nebraska
1. Read a book set in Montana or Nebraska.
2. Read a book with an elderly character that is important to the story. Lilac Lane Sherryl Woods 1/3/18
3. Read a book that is relationship driven.

Philomena*
1. Read a book where a teenage girl must give her child up for adoption.
2. Read a book set in Ireland. The Girl From Ballymor Kathleen McGurl 1/12/18
3. Read a book with a LGBTQIA character.

The Wolf of Wall Street*
1. Read a book where the MC thinks that everything he does is allowed even if it is immoral or illegal.
2. Read a book where a character gets punished for their actions. 
Midnight at the Bright Ideas Bookstore Matthew J. Sullivan 1/1/18
3. Read a book that is a Memoir.

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Challenge Rules
*For each book that you read please post a link to the book, the author and the date you finished it.
*Each book may only be used for one task or letter
*To count a book towards a challenge you must read the majority of it after the start date of the challenge.
* Where more than one option is given for a task, please state which option your book relates to.
*Please explain briefly how your book fits a task.
*If the task relates to the cover of your book, please post the cover AND the book link.
*All genres and formats are fine.
*Re-reads are allowed.
*No page minimum.

*Please update your original post as you go but also post an occasional message to let us know how you're getting on, if you would like to.

*When you have finished please re-post your whole challenge as a new message or you will not be considered to have completed the challenge and we will not be able to award your Hall of Fame badge 

(Even if you don't hit the level you were aiming for by the deadline, please re-post your challenge anyway as you may still be eligible for a lower level badge.)

Please use the TLC STANDARD RULES when participating in this challenge.
If you are not familiar with these rules, please click on the link and read them over. 

TLC A Trip Down Memory Lane - 1950 (Jan-Mar 2018)

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memory lane

Every 3 months we will give you a list of facts about a randomly selected year with reading tasks to go with them. Read one book for each task. 

RULES
*Books may only be used for one task
*For each book that you read please post a link to the book, the author and the date you finished it.
* Where more than one option is given for a task, please state which option your book relates to.
*If the task relates to the cover of your book, please post the cover.
*All genres and formats are fine.
*Re-reads are allowed.
*No page minimum.

*When you have finished please re-post your whole challenge as a new message or we will not be able to award your Hall of Fame badge! 

LEVELS
Fond Memories: 1-5 tasks
Reminiscing: 6-10 tasks
***Nostalgia: 11-15 tasks***

Duration: 1st January 2018 - 31st March 2018


1950 red

vintage-1950-s-fisher-price-little-peopleDinersClubnat-king-cole-mona-lisa-capitol-3EdgarRiceBurroughs590KSmines The Cardinal by Henry Morton Robinson

This quarter the year is: 1950

1. Most Popular TV Show - 
Texaco Star Theatre (NBC)
馃摵 Read a book from the Humor genre OR with a character that is funny.
I Can't Make This Up: Life Lessons Kevin Hart 1/28/18

2. #1 Hit Single – Mona Lisa by Nat King Cole
馃捒 Read a book with a 2 word title OR an author with 3 names.
Full Tilt Emma Scott 1/16/18

3. #1 Album - Soundtrack for the original Broadway play - South Pacific
馃帳 Read a book whose title begins with a S or P OR set near the Pacific Ocean. Tell us the setting.
Oregon Yesternight Cat Winters 1/8/18

4. Most popular film – King Solomon's Mines
馃帴 Read a book where a woman searches for her husband OR with a name in the title. eg. King Solomon's Mines - That Thing Between Eli & Gwen
The Girl From Ballymor Kathleen McGurl 1/12/18

5. Top Selling Book – The Cardinal by Henry Morton Robinson
馃摎 Read a book with the word "CARDINAL" in the title OR where religion is very important to a character. Tell us the character's name.
Addie Sullivan The Lightkeeper's Daughter Colleen Coble 1/23/18

6. Most Popular Christmas Toy - Fisher-Price Little People Firetruck
馃巵 Read a book where a child is given a toy OR with the word "FIRETRUCK" in text. Give us the sentence and page/location number.
The View from Rainshadow Bay Colleen Coble 2/18/18

7. Born this year – Tom Petty - October 20th
馃懚 Read a book with a word in the title that is also a word in the title of a Tom Petty song.
"A Mind With A Heart Of Its Own" His Cowboy Heart Jennifer Ryan 1/3/18

8. Died this year – Mar 19th - Edgar Rice Burroughs, sci-fi author (Tarzan of the Apes), dies at 74 
馃摎 Read a book by Edgar Rice Burroughs OR with a MPG of Fantasy or Sci-Fi.
The Curse of Tenth Grave Darynda Jones 1/20/18

IN THE NEWS

9. January 17th -
 Great Brinks Robbery in Boston
馃挵 Read a book where someone/some place gets robbed OR where a character goes to jail.
Menage A Cowboy Jenny Klaire 1/4/18

10. February 8 - Frank McNamara and his attorney, Ralph Schneider, founded Diners Club International, the first credit card.
馃挸 Read a book where a character uses a credit card OR goes out to dinner.
Tap Left A. Zavarelli 1/8/18

11. March 12th - The citizens of Belgium voted in a referendum to allow the exiled King Leopold III to return to the throne. 
馃憫 Read a book with a royal character OR a book set in Europe.
Why Did You Lie? Yrsa Sigur冒ard贸ttir 1/10/18

12. May of 1950 - Viggo and Emil Hojgaard found the mummified body of a 4th century man in a peat bog on the Jutland Peninsula in Denmark.
馃拃 Read a book where a body is discovered in a peat bog OR whose author's first and last initials can be found in DENMARK. 
One of Us Is Lying Karen M. McManus 1/22/18

13. June 25th - Korean War begins when North Korea invaded South Korea 
馃搮 Read a book with a war as part of the story line OR published in June or 1950.
Midnight at the Bright Ideas Bookstore Matthew J. Sullivan 1/1/18

14. August 1st - The Organic Act of Guam is signed into law by U.S. President Harry S. Truman. The act made the island an unincorporated territory of the United States and granted all Guam residents U.S. Citizenship. 
馃尨 Read a book set on an island OR with setting that begins with a G.
Georgia Dangerous Games Lora Leigh 1/29/18

15. October 2: Charles Schulz' Peanuts appears for the first time in seven US newspapers.
馃摪 Read a book where a character reads a newspaper OR with a Series/TBR #7.
The Escape David Baldacci 1/7/18    

TLC Monthly Keyword Challenge

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Yearly Challenges          Monthly Keyword Challenge

monthly key 2018

Monthly Keyword Challenge
Duration: January 1, 2018-December 31, 2018


I participated in Kim's challenge on her site for a few years. I thought it would be a fun challenge for us. There are many other challenges out on the internet.

You must read 12 books - one each month - to participate in this challenge. 
Do not read ahead.
You may read more than one book each month, if you like.

For this challenge I have chosen five key words associated with each month. 
Your task is to read one book each month whose title includes 
one or more of the key words for that month. 

The title you choose can be a variation on one of the key words. 
For example- your title could include the word 'snowing' or 'snowflake' even though the key word is 'snow.'
If the word is singular, you may use a plural.

Keywords

January: early girl house thief young 
girl The Girl From Ballymor Kathleen McGurl 1/12/18
The Lullaby Girl Loreth Anne White 1/23/18
house
A Stranger in the House Shari Lapena 1/17/18


February: lies love red strange us
love Sex, Not Love Vi Keeland 2/2/18
When Love Comes J.H. Croix 2/7/18
Follow Love J.H. Croix 2/8/18
Love Unbroken J.H. Croix 2/9/18
Love Untamed J.H. Croix 2/9/18



March: beautiful green heart luck you
April: after flower good my pink
May: glass his many one what
June: game lilac up water wedding
July: always blue in light summer
August: life name silver that woman
September: first gold lovely past sweet 
October: brown ghost last next wild 
November: chill gray home short truth
December: Christmas long snow white year

Challenge Rules
*For each book that you read please post a link to the book, the author and the date you finished it.
*Each book may only be used for one task or letter
*To count a book towards a challenge you must read the majority of it after the start date of the challenge.
* Where more than one option is given for a task, please state which option your book relates to.
*If the task relates to the cover of your book, please post the cover AND the book link.
*All genres and formats are fine.
*Re-reads are allowed.
*No page minimum.
*Please update your original post as you go. 

*When you have finished, please re-post your whole challenge as a new message and MARK AS FINISHED or you will not be considered to have completed the challenge and we will not be able to award your Hall of Fame badge 

(Even if you don't hit the level you were aiming for by the deadline, please re-post your challenge anyway as you may still be eligible for a lower level badge.)

Please use the TLC STANDARD RULES when participating in this challenge.
If you are not familiar with these rules, please click on the link and read them over.